Recent Awards

In FY 2018, Brandeis University attracted nearly $60 million in outside funding to support research. Following is a list of recent awards received by Brandeis University scholars.
Sloan-Swartz Center (Previous PI: Eve Marder)

Total Anticipated Award: $135,000

Principal Investigator: Paul Miller, Biology

Sponsor: The Swartz Foundation

Date Awarded: 10/30/2019
Universality In Dimmer Models and Multi-Time Correlations

Total Anticipated Award: $42,000

Principal Investigator: Pierre Van Moerbeke, Mathematics

Sponsor: Simons Foundation

Date Awarded: 10/17/2019
Network Activity and Homeostatic Plasticity asEndophenotypes for ASD

Total Anticipated Award: $300,000

Principal Investigator: Sacha Nelson, Biology

Sponsor: Simons Foundation

Date Awarded: 10/16/2019
Needs Assessment for Emanu-El Downtown

Total Anticipated Award: $29,637

Principal Investigator: Janet Saxe and Leonard Cohen, Center for Modern Jewish Studies

Sponsor: Temple Emanu-El Aronson

Date Awarded: 10/08/2019
Racial Disparities and Access to OUD Treatment: The Role of Prescriber Networks in Access to OUD Treatment and Number of Individuals at Risk for OUD in Massachusetts Communities

Total Anticipated Award: $143,266

Principal Investigator: Peter Kreiner, Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Date Awarded: 10/03/2019
American Jewish Population Project: Congressional District Estimates

Total Anticipated Award: $52,029

Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Tighe, Leonard Saxe, and Graham Wright, Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies

Sponsor: The Jewish Electorate Institute

Date Awarded: 10/07/2019